The SixLee Spring/Summer 2015 Collection is Subtly Militant

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Jul 10, 2014 • References: &
The SixLee Spring/Summer 2015 collection is a daring and updated take on a First World War aesthetic. Mixing the era's militant elements with the rebellion of punk rock, the label presents its fans with a line of daring and youthful looks. The pieces embody an effortlessly cool air and are designed with the fearless style-setter in mind.

Inspired by artists Ashkan Honarvar and Joan Salo, the collection examines Honarvar's mutilated face photographs and Salo's spirograph-inspired works.

The SixLee Spring/Summer 2015 catalog pairs deconstructed elements of imperfection with the smooth flow of vivid colors. The result is a collection that shows "how perfectly imperfect each person is while reminding everyone that they can always find beauty from within."

Photographer Zeb Daemen captured the lookbook that features model Georges De Saint Mars from Success Paris. Stats for Daring Punk Catalogs Trending: Older & Warm
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